BEST WESTERN Rockingham Forest Hotel Corby
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... stayed in a IBIS hotel (thanks to Andrew), which was in Stratford – near the Olympic stadium. There was a huge Westfield which was 4 floors – very exciting. Center of London was only 20 min by tube (which we are pretty pro at now!) and here we went to a show called Shakespeare in Love. Then on Sunday we went to Hillsong London, and it was super cool.Hope everyone is going well, and we will hopefully update this a bit more often!!
Happy easter :)
... and I can honestly say I am very ready for some holidays.
On the Friday, we also had the privilege of being staff on the year 2 excursion to London. Yes, London!! They were learning about the Monument dedicated to the Great Fire of London, which we got to climb and see some impressive views of London! We then went and had lunch by the Tower of London, before returning to Peterborough.
But my day did not stop there!! ...
... the weekend exploring the beautiful and quirky parts of the town and area. We saw Burghley house - the Pride and Prejudice lover within me was so happy!!
On another note, we're heading to Portugal in the Easter holidays!! I'm so looking forward to it - the sun and the beaches have been missed!! It's gonna be a fun-filled 10 days in the sun, lapping up some culture :)
Love to all,
... Pedagogical Strategies was evident in all areas, right down the the home visits before a child even attends. The staff kept saying, 'it's taken 30 years to get where we are!' In my mind I could not believe how much they have accomplished in that short amount of time. Claireisms today - Ooblique - goop Rein it in - means too much wood in the bathroom More to come from today ...
... yourself, my dear F, a large old castle approached by an ancient keep, portcullis, etc., filled with company; waited on by six-and-twenty servants; the slops (and wine-glasses) continually emptied; and my clothes (with myself in them) always being carried off to all sorts of places; and you will have a faint idea of the mansion in which I am at present staying …